Walnut Mushroom Bolognese

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Main Courses | Jan, 09 2019

Walnut Mushroom Bolognese

This Bolognese is a great vegan alternative to a traditional meaty dish.

This meal is a great source of vitamins A, C, B vitamins, zinc, manganese, fiber, beta-glucans, and other essential nutrients. With the combination of walnuts, mushrooms, and spices it is hard to tell that it is a meat-free dish for anyone who is trying to eat less meat or worries about the texture. The nutritional yeast is a great alternative to dairy for the ‘cheesy’ flavor. Nutritional yeast is also a good source of B Vitamins.  Bon Appétit!


2 tbsp walnut oil or high heat oil

1 cup walnuts

2 cups mushrooms, I used cremini 

1 medium size onion, chopped

3 garlic cloves, smashed then minced

1 large carrot

1 tbsp apple cider vinegar, optional 

1/3 cup tomato paste 

1 28 ounces can diced tomatoes 

2 plum tomatoes 

2 tbsp fresh basil

1 tbsp Italian seasoning 

1/2-1 tsp garlic powder

1 tsp Himalayan salt

1 tsp paprika

Red pepper

Ground Black Pepper 


Heat oil in your safe cookware over medium heat. Sauté the onions and garlic for about 5 minutes.

In a food processor pulse the walnuts until they are ground and put aside. Add the mushrooms and carrot to the food processor and pulse until chopped or ground like.

Add the walnuts, mushrooms, carrots to the pan with the onions and garlic. Sauté for 7 minutes until the mushrooms are cooked and the moister from the vegetables are evaporated. Add the spices except for the fresh basil. Add the tomatoes, diced tomatoes, and tomato paste. Summer for 1 hour. Add the fresh basil and serve.

Best over miracle noodles! I also added some nutritional yeast for ‘cheesy’ flavor.

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  • Are you familiar with the brand of noodles called BANZA they are made from chick peas and what do you think about these,Healthy?

    • Hi Christine! Yes, I have heard of Banza noodles. You would want to be aware of the higher carb content in Banzo noodles. Miracle noodles are a great alternative that are very low in carbs!

  • I really liked this meal with Miracle noodles. I didn’t miss the meat at all. Delicious and filling!

    • Great idea! Miracle noodles, or shirataki noodles, are made from the Japanese konjac yam and are low carb and versatile! I have used the “pearls” in soup or in place of cauliflower rice and the “angel hair” version as pasta. Yummm